Birds are classified in the categories given in the table below, depending on what they feed on. Match each category with the correct definition.
They have a distinctive hooked beak, characterized by an upper jaw strongly curved and by sharp edges, for tearing the prey and ripping up pieces of them.
Their beak is thin and pointed, sometimes quietly long.
These birds have different beaks depending on what they feed on. For example: long and strong for those who eat fish; long and thin for the mud-dwellings; broad and flat for those who feed on aquatic vegetation.
The beak is curved or concave, in order to extract the pulp of the fruit, or thinner in order to feed on smaller fruits.
They have long beaks and tongues “designed” to collect nectar from flowers.
The beak is stocky and strong. Some of these birds chop the seeds, others open them speckling with the beak, others shell them.